Mumbai, April 8 : Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar on Friday went down the memory lane to the time when he used to travel via “Bus No. 315” to Shivaji Park to put in the hard yards. The former India cricketer talked about his “favourite seat” on the bus where he used to enjoy the fresh air while returning home. Tendulkar posted a video on his Instagram and shared the heartfelt story from his childhood days. Tendulkar, who made his debut for India in 1989, has played 463 ODIs, 200 Tests and one T20I. He retired from international cricket in 2013, but a number of his records remain unbeaten. He is the only cricketer with 100 centuries, which he accomplished during a 2012 Asia Cup match against Bangladesh. Tendulkar is also the all-time leading run-scorer in international cricket with more than 34,000 runs across formats.